-MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred told FSR's "Rich Eisen Show" that he promised Pete Rose an answer regarding his reinstatement by the end of the calendar year.

-ESPN: Mets starting pitcher Matt Harvey missed today's mandatory team workout. General manager Sandy Alderson says he doesn't know why Harvey skipped practice, but that his absence was not excused by the team.

-After suffering his season-ending knee injury, linebacker Myles Jack has now withdrawn from UCLA and will enter the 2016 draft.

-Ole Miss linebacker C.J. Johnson is expected to miss four-to-six weeks as he recovers from today's surgery to repair a torn meniscus in his left knee.

-The Seahawks held off the Lions for a 13-10 win. Seattle improved to 2-2 while Detroit dropped to 0-4 and is the only remaining winless team in the league.

-The NFL admitted a late fumble by Detroit's Calvin Johnson into the endzone should have been ruled Detroit ball at the 1 yard line after Seattle's K.J. Wright intentionally batted the ball out of the end zone which is illegal.

-The Astros and Yankees open up the post season in New York with a 1-game wild card matchup. Dallas Keuchel will start for Houston, Masahiro Tanaka for New York.

-Auburn announced they had dismissed wide receiver D'haquille Williams from the team late Monday night for "failing to meet the expectations of the program".

-Former star NFL wide receiver Irving Fryer was sentenced to 5-years in prison for the part he played in a mortgage scam.   

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